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Marc and Fred went to war when they were refused a double bed at a remote Christian guest house. They won in court and now they're back to claim their conjugal rights. Triumph turns to terror when another guest arrives, who they think might have something sinister in mind. Their weekend of fun turns into a bloody battle for survival in this smart, brutally funny and dark thriller.Written by
There's no way "B&B" will ever be listed among the great LGBT films or in any list of great thrillers. Indeed, this creepy little picture is actually thoroughly objectionable and is just the kind of film to give gay-themed movies a bad name. Fred and Marc are the recently married gay couple who return to the Christian guesthouse they were once barred from after winning a courtcase against the owner for discrimination. Unfortunately, on the same night a potentially psychopathic Russian also checks in. Since one of the the two gay guests is totally obnoxious you do hope he gets his comeuppance and early on, (the other is seen as 'the good guy'), so your sympathies hardly lie with those characters meant to be the heroes, (the homophobic guesthouse owner, very well played by Paul McGann, is actually most sympathetic person in the movie). This is an utterly tasteless picture whose torturous plot is unlikely to appeal to anyone and certainly not to a gay audience. Avoid.
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